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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta I THt UTHBRIDGE HERALD Moich 1971 1 v F l t v ft H i H FILMLAND FRIENDS PAY LAST RESPECTS show business comedians leove the Scottish Rite Temple in Los Angeles today after attending funeral services for Harold famed comic of the silent film days a nd early talkies who died of cancer on Left to right Milton Ber Red Morey aces anc AP a eamsters union President p ames Hoffa and his hand3 eked Frank FitzU have been ordered to xplain April 1 why they should p eep their union District Court Judge Clure Morton set the hearing on unior rther lie complaint field bv Don resident of Teamsters Local 27 and seven members of ne Hoffa is serving an eightyear rison sentence for jury tamperigVestal seeks to oust Hofla and the unions head J ariiig i and place the internanal union in ilorton said in the order that less the charges in the comaint can be proved a will be appointed by the urt for the puipose of calling election to replace Hoffa t ww part EDMONTON CP Alrta tossed in a orm of internal meet turday to select the Messiah ley hope will lead them to Imer The man they select will be e sixth leader in as select r leader ears and will fill a position acant since Jack Lowery ot Ualgary resigned a year ago ie will have the mammoth ask of rebuilding a party vhich has gone from the opposition party to a nothing mi less than 4 Favored for the leadership s Robert Russell of a powerful voice in the party and a loser at two other leadership A 40yearold he is one ot hree Liberals nominated to run in the next elcr expected this spring or Also in the running are also of a 25yearold student who declared himself a protest candidate in the 1968 federal leadership race won by Pierre Ho withdrew his name before that convention John a University of Alberta history student and president of the Edmonton Glenora Liberal Constituency Association and Arthur nf a former surface foreman at a silver mine near Great Bear Lake in the Northwest who left his job to enter the The Liberals last held office in 1921 when they were overpowered by the United Farmers of During the late 1940s and early 1930s they held more than a quarter of the seats in the THREATS The complaint alleges that offa and other union officers are using threats on force to rerain activities of the and misuse of strike benefits of orkers at a plant in whose current term ss union president expires in now is in federal prison at Vick testified in federal court 1964 on the jury tampering ctivities of Tommy awyer for Among the charges included n the complaint is an accusaon that Hoffa in 1966 withheld rike benefits from workers at le Murray Ohio plant at to influence Robert Vick to change his testimony in a criirjinal proceeding ainst Osborne subsequently was disbarred and sentenced to three ears imprisonment for jurj Honfa was sentencec o eight He also lost an speal in the Supreme Jourt 11 from a fiveyear lension fraud sentence impose n may lelay bill MI royalties EDMONTON CP Prenier Hary Strom said Thursay the cabinet will consider a from the Alberta Uran Municipalities Association at the legislature delay secnd reading of a bill that ould place a ceiling on proincial grants to The which would amend le Municipalities Assistance ct to limit grants to municipalities to million a ear has been given first The municipaliies now get onethird of the irovinces oil and gas which are expected to each 170 million in the 19712 fiscal In reply to Opposition Leadr Peter Stron aid the association has asket that the bill be placed before standing committee of the egislature so it can make repesentations regarding the proposed Tlie premier said the cabinet will report its decision to the representatives of Alberta municipalities scheduled a convention for April 1 o ratify a brief opposing the ceiling on for some entertainment EDMONTON CP The Alerta government feels there lould be some restrictions on Sunday Sunday restrictions tey General Edgar Gerhart aid Gerhart said in an interew that many of the decions on what will be allowed n Sundays is left to individual Sonday bowling and movies ire allowed by the provce and municipalities which ish this entertainment just ave to amend their The Lords Day Act has been nended from time to time to jermit various said Legislation perlitting wrestling is planned at us session of the Mr Gerhart said he could ot list all the Sunday activies permitted without going irough the but said no many types of entertainment are He was commenting on reports that the Ontario Law leform Commission has proosed a Sunday Leisure Act in place le Lords Day Act in Samuel Miolaski of Breham Baptist Church in Edmonton said he idnt think allowing all forms f recreation on Sunday would affect Churches that have effecve ministries wont be affed ed and those that don houldnt be Randall Ivany of Edmontons All Saints Anglican Cathedral said he would object o large stores remaining record set y Montreal MONTREAL CP Legislature west r PC Lac beause it had failed to stand up o Debate on the motion was adourned by Antonio Aloisio SC In other Ray minister of industry am told the House total capital investment in Alberta amounted to billion last This represented Oppositio in Alberto EDMONTON CP The claims i worst in are not stringent enoughJohn Landeryou SC Lethbridge proposed a motion urging the federal government to replace direct cost sharing with unconditional t r a n sfer payments on an equitable The provinces are in a better position to judge the needs and requirements of their and quite capable of carrying out their constitutional he snowfall late Thursday afternoon gavs Montrealers the unhappy distinction of having experienced a 20th century record snowfall of 152 inches for the The previous record of inches was set in the winter of The snowfall caused only minor rush hour traffic Most of the major boulevards on Montreal Island had been cleared of the more than 20 inches of snow that fell on the city late last McGill Observatory figures indicate that the alltime record snowfall for the area is inches in will try to oust Benson Ont CP position went after the government on pollution again in the legislature claiming Alberta has more pollution than any other prairie The only other province in Western Canada with more pollution is British and they also have a Social Credit said Bill Yurko PC Strathcona NASA boss WASHINGTON Reuter James Fletcher was confirmed by the Senate Thursday as new administrator of the space formerly was president of the University of oppositions specialist on the He ticked off a list of rivers in the province that biologists have found polluted and cochairman of the Committee for an Indeendent said Thursday lis committee will try to ous Sdgar Benson in his home ric ing unless the federal ot total capital investment in Ratolaff said 153 majo ndustrial plants built in Park said costsharing has led to centralization the Wapiti river in the with Ottawa value of but adopts a policy PRESENTS THE A pulp mill is planned for the he and pollutioncontrol regulations for the what type of program is The Social Credit government was to said Hugh 47 plants worth million were under construe The Alberta Commereia granted million oans to manufacturers durini the double the amoun in the previous h Ratzlaff also said he ha assurances local people will b employed wherever possib during construction of the ne mill to be built near Srande Prairie Replying to 1 said this was one reason wh Proctor and who ar to build the received million incentive gra from the federal Donovan minister o lands and said indie tions are that less than one per cent of the work force will from the United Q u CP More than landbased hunters have begun the annual seal hunt on ice off these islands in the centre of the Gul of Fisheries department officers said Thursday that licences o 12 hunters were suspended for inhumane but generally the hunt has been conducts very There was no official count o the number of seals taken by the who began kilhn Wednesday when part of th herd drifted close to The nrain effort to reach th quota in the Gulf o Lawrence gets under wa when the season opens for About seven larg ships and a dozen smaller boats were in the gulf Thursday wait ing for the hunt to not deter people from going to You cant legislate he Canadian Addressing delegates to a woday conference on Canadian independence at the University of the Toronto book rablisher described Bensc is an even greater threat to Canadian independence than Stanley Randall former Onario trade and development minister ever McClelland said the committee could expect between and members in Bensons Ontario riding o Singston and the Islands an suggested such a membershi would have an effect on Mr Bensons anc JO ABOVE 1200 ZERO AT SUNRISE SATURDAY SUNSET H LPre Lethbridge 44 26 road report Las Vegas 73 M 32 61 CLIP THIS AD 1 New World Restaurant DOWNTOWN at 329 5th Street asks increase in judges EDMONTON CP Th federal government has bee asked to increase the numbe of judges on the Alberta Su preme Attorney Gene al Edgar Gerhart told the legi slature He told Bill Dickie Ca gary Glenmore the increase was asked for s e v e r a months ago to help the court deal with an increasing wor In reply to Lou Hyndman 39 52 54 Berlin 18 34 32 41 36 43 18 23 36 34 48 FORECAST Calgary Creek 43 23 Medicine Hat 45 27 Edmonton 20 DINNER FOR 1 Chicken Chaw Mein Sweet and Sour Spareribs Chicken Fried FOR 1 Chicken Chow Mein Sweet and Sour Spareribl Chicken Fried Steamed Rica this Mainly sunny this Isolated snonshowcrs in the Winds becoming west and Lows Saturday Mainly Highs near Medicine Hat Today Mainly A few Winds shifting to SW 1520 and gusty this Lows near Saturday Mainly Highs near Kootenay Today Cloudy with showers of rain or snow until this Saturday Cloudy with sunny A few snowflurries in Columbia Highs today in low Lows tonight Highs Saturday Prairie 42 22 Banff 38 24 Calgary 43 25 Cranbrook 42 25 Victoria 46 42 student reinstated by park officials CALGARY CP A 1 1 DINNER FOR 4 Chicken Fried Rice Deep Fried Shrimp i Sweet and Sour Spareribs Pineapple Chicken Chicken Chow Mein Steamed Rice George 42 33 DINNER FOR 3 Pineapple ChicVen Chicken Fried Rice Sweet and Sour Spareribs Chicken Chow Mein Steamed 31 H 38 27 Winnipeg 34 26 the suggested by LONDON AP A former Archbishop of Canterbury proposes reviving oldstyle betrothals which would permit young unmarried couples to sleep together with the churchs Lord Fischer 83 yearold retired head of the Anglican says sexual intercourse between betrothed couples pledged to wed would not be regarded in the moral sense as But he does not give the green light to the permissive He stresses tliat young people must be on sex Lord Fisher sponsibly with a settled desire to incur full responsibility for one In a lively collection of es says called Touching on Chris tian published Thurs Lord Fisher notes There are some young people today for for many good marriage is no an immediate The he suggests should update its theology o sex to meet their Lord Fisher proposes tha formal betrothal be revived with practical as well as social He says be Itrothal would have to take place with the full consent o the two families 31 4 Ottawa 28 9 Montreal 27 14 student who was firei from the staff of Yoho N tional Park last summer f publicizing an oil spill h been reinstated by parks of Brian was fired a seasonal naturalist after h displayed a bucket of oil taken from a nearby spill during public lecture he regularly co ducted on the parks ecology The park superintendent d missed Levy for disobe ing an order not to publiciz the spill and the Acadia Un versity biology student appea ed to the deputy ruling was later made by th Public Service A spokesman for the rtional Parks Branch confirm Levy has been offered job as a seasonal naturalis again this summer but coi not say if the offer was a The spill was caused by hi water washing out an old CP sump and allowing severa thousand gallons of fuel oil in the Kicking Horse Johns 37 FOR 6 said the department also looking into the possibili of expanding the jurisdiction district courts to allow them deal with divorce proceedin among other 34 24 Fried Shrimp Chicken Fried Rice Chicken Chow Mem Sweet and Sour Dry Spareribs Chicken Mushroom Chop Suey Chicken Egg Fooyong Pineapple Chicken Steamed 29 Fredericton 33 27 New York 44 34 Miami 77 65 Los Angeles 59 52 DINNER FOR 5 Chicken Chow Mein Deep Fried Shrimp Chicken Fried Rice Bean Sprouts with Beef Sweet and Sour Spareribs Almond Chicken Steamed teacher apply for vote CALGARY CP Pubh school teachers voted Thinday night to apply to the Al berla department of labor for government supervised stn The announcement cam after a meeting of more tha teachers and a spokes man said a strike vote like wll be held March The citys public schoo teachers have been workin without a contract since Dec No details of negotiatio were CHALMERS MACHINERY t r COMBINATION SPECIAL Deep Fried Shrimp Chicken Chow Mein Sweet and Sour Chicken Fried Rice SOUP CHINESE STYLE Chicken Brotfi Chicken Broth Swiil Egg Chinese Green Soup Egg Swiri Green Egg Swirl SPARERIBS Dry Spareribs 1 90 Barbecued Sliced Pork Pineapple Spareribs Sweet Sour Spareribs Garlic Spareribs FRIED RICE Steamed Rice 3Pork or Beef Fried Rice Chicken Fried Rice Shrimp Fried Rice New World Fried Rice 1 Beef Steak and Steamed Rice CHOP SUEY Chiclten Chop Suey 17 Chicken Mushroom Chop Sury Chicken Chop Suey with Almonds Pork or Beef Chop Suay Plain Chop Suey Fried Greens with Pork or Beef G oftn Pepperj Beef Spouls wilh Beef 1 P Shrimp Chop Suey FREE DELIVERY c 10 LESS Take Out Orde MEIN Chicken Chow Mein Fresh Shrimp Chow Mein Chicken Chow Mein with Almonds Pork or Beef Chow Mein CHICKEN Crushed Almond Chicken prices and details on the AllisChalmers1 lino of farm equipment contact Cale Harris Dick Orsten Bert Ericttson FINANCING AVAILABLE GRAIN TAKEN IN TRADE 1 GENERAL FARM SUPPUES 1 COUTTS HIGHWAY ASHPHALT A f PAVING 1 TOLLESTRUP 4 SAND and GRAVEL 4 jT Construction W PHONE T 3282702 3273610 I Nursery I Pineapple Chicken Diced Almond Chicken j SHRIMP Deep Fried Shrimp Deep Fried Shrimp m Tomato Sauce Deep Fried Sweet Sour Sauce 5 Deep Fried Shrimp with Pineapple 2 45 Curried Shrimp Har lok shelled with Tomato Sauce NOODLES Chicken Noodle s Barbecued Pork Noodles Combination Noodles 1 EGG ROLL AND I EGG FOOYONG Plain Egg Fooyong 5 Chicken Mushroom Egg 5 Fooyonq 1 5 Shrimp Egg Fooyong 5 Egg Roll n order over 3 on pickup ordcrl rs Phone bards place and firemen said 1 started in the A cant building formerly known the Mother Hubbard Day Nurs ery was hit Thursday nig bv fire in a MLA STETTLER CP Gale member of the legisla live assembly for wa renominated to contest his con stituency for the Social Credi party in the next provmcia Morris of a livestock was unopposed al a nomination meeting attended by 60 WEEKEND 4 ENTERTAINMENT i Friday and Saturday GOES 4 m ftT THE j MINERS LIBRARY 733 13th 4 T MEMBERS AND THEIR GUESTS ONLYI AS A COURTE All highways in the Letli bridge aica are bare and dr except for Highway 3 wes where there is a section o packed snow near Crows Nes Highway No Calgary to Banff i bare Jind in good winter dnv 1 ing Banff to Goldc s in good driving conditio with a few slippery section PORTS ENTRY Opo 21 hours Canvay to r 0 9 hours PorthillRykerls S C to o A M TODAY 5V OF AMA 1 Golden to Revo stoke received v from 1 to I inches of new snow t ard has been plowed and sandf and Banfft Radium highways are in good driving Crcston to s 1 Salmo received 7 inches new and has been plowed and I Motorists are advised to natch for black fallen n end men and equipment ilng nnrt nusint Coults Dd Bonita 9 to to 6 p m 24 o Chief Mountain For Your Pleasure end Convenience THE TOWN CHEF lloeated in Its Profesiionol Downlovn j Announces LONGER WEEKEND HOURS Open Until 10 ThursdayFridaySaturday B ;